Well Done To Our Summer Reading Champions

Today, Liz Stone, Library and Information Officer from Frome Library paid us a visit to present 11 amazing children with certificates and medals for completing the 2019 Summer Reading Challenge. Pupils earned these rewards for borrowing and reading at least 6 books...

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Thank You For Celebrating Harvest With Us

Well done to everybody who joined in with our 2019 harvest competitions. Through our water focused quiz and the collection made as part of our Harvest Service in All Saints Church, we have raised £104 to support the work of WaterAid. In addition, we also worked really...

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Thirteen Reception Pupils Join Hedgehog Class

September 2019 - First Class Our new Reception pupils have taken to their first year of formal schooling like ducks to water! They are a welcome addition to our growing roll and we look forward to working with them and seeing the progress they will make across their...

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Proud to be rated a good school by Ofsted – April 2019

We are delighted to share that Nunney School was inspected by Ofsted in April this year and has been judged Good overall, and Outstanding for pupils’ personal development, behaviour and welfare. This wonderful outcome is a direct result of the dedication of everyone...

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Yes, some plants do eat animals!

We would like to say a very thank you to Mr and Mrs Taylor for bringing their truly amazing collection of carnivorous plants in to share with us. We learnt lots of facts about carnivorous plants and one of the many benefits of being a small school, is the fact that...

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We are a bee friendly school

This term we have been learning about bees and the important part they play in pollinating plants. We have learnt about the challenges bees face and how difficult life has become for them as a result of habitat loss, climate change, toxic pesticides and disease. Many...

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What A Wonderful Time We Had At Wookey Hole Caves

Everyone agreed that our whole school visit to Wookey Hole Caves on Friday 1st March was an amazing experience. The caves were spectacular and a long way under the ground! We learnt a lot about different types of rock and experienced firsthand, how limestone is eroded...

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Harvest Celebrations

Harvest celebrations were great fun and involved us all in a range of activities and learning experiences linked to food and farming. The whole school visitied ASDA where we saw bread being made, completed a fruit and vegetable quiz and saw how food is delivered and...

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